TriggerPoint GRID foam rollers have a patented design that offers a superior, multi-density exterior. This exterior is made from a rigid, hollow core that can withstand repeated use while maintaining shape and integrity. The GRID rolls through tight muscles, knots, and kinks to reduce soreness and improve mobility. Regular GRID use can provide benefits such as increased flexibility, improved balance and mobility, and preparation for peak performance. The GRID’s distinctive, multi-dimensional surfaces replicate the feeling of a massage therapist’s hands. They are wide and flat like the palm, long and tubular like the fingers, and small and firm like the fingertips. The textured surface of the GRID helps to maximize the flow of blood and oxygen to heal tissue.
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TriggerPoint GRID Foam Rollers
Patented Multi-Density Design
The TriggerPoint GRID foam roller has a patented design that offers different levels of density on the outside of the roller, which makes it more effective and durable.
Grid’s patented design makes it one of the best foam rollers for targeting tight muscles and knots. The surface pattern is designed to help you move through these areas easily.
Trusted by Professionals
The GRID is a amazing and durable piece of equipment that is often used by physical therapists, massage therapists, athletic trainers, and professional athletes.
The foam exterior of this roller is made of different densities, so it can withstand lots of weight, while the inside is a solid, hollow core. This roller can support up to 500 pounds, but the mini version only supports up to 250 pounds.
Benefits of Foam Rolling
TriggerPoint GRID foam rollers can help reduce pain and inflammation, improve circulation and flexibility, range of motion, balance, and gait.